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Countdown to John van Geest Cancer Research Centre’s 1in2 Day

Organisers of Nottingham Trent University’s annual 1in2 Day say they are delighted that Nottinghamshire businesses and organisations have pledged to arrange fundraising activities as part of the initiative. They are appealing for more firms to get involved ahead of the initiative – in support of the university’s John van Geest Cancer Research Centre – on Friday, February 26. Cycling the ... Read More »

EUA Roadmap on Open Access to Research Publications

Attention: news desks/science and education correspondents For immediate release Brussels, 1 February 2016 EUA Roadmap on Open Access to Research Publications The Council of the European University Association (EUA) approved the “Roadmap on Open Access to Research Publications” during its meeting on 29 January 2016. The Roadmap, which aims to assist universities in the transition to Open Access (OA), is ... Read More »

Retail researcher warns of ‘post-Christmas blues’

Associate Professor Jonathan Elms

The American retail traditions of ‘Black Friday’ and ‘Cyber Monday’ might have killed this year’s Boxing Day sales, says a Massey University retail expert. Associate Professor Jonathan Elms, who heads Massey University’s retail programme, says many retailers are reporting Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales this year have outstripped what they normally do on Boxing Day. Black Friday is the ... Read More »

How Emerging Technology Enhances Nonprofit Objectives

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Now more than ever, nonprofits have the possibility to benefit from emerging technologies by increasing the number of clients served and improving the quality of service. Nonprofit organizations need to leverage technology to enhance the manner in which clients receive services and how social workers present and deliver them. By integrating developing technology, nonprofits possess a method of achieving more ... Read More »

Southampton researchers develop a Wikipedia of fact-checking during natural disasters

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Specialists from the University of Southampton have served to create another web application for social occasion confirmation amid regular fiascos, which will empower more compelling crisis reaction. Faultless data might be life-sparing in amazing circumstances, for example, quakes and torrents. Nonetheless, discovering the precision of that data from the boundless measure of opposing material that is posted on social networking ... Read More »

Self-assembling nanoparticle could improve MRI scanning for cancer diagnosis

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Researchers have outlined another accumulating toward oneself nanoparticle that targets tumors, to help specialists diagnose disease prior. The new nanoparticle, created via analysts at Imperial College London, supports the viability of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) examining by particularly searching out receptors that are found in harmful cells. The nanoparticle is covered with an exceptional protein, which searches for particular signs ... Read More »

Young researchers investigate social support in the age of globalization

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Third phase of DFG Research Training Group “Transnational Social Support” successfully initiated Through the following three years 19 extra graduates will be included in inspecting a wide scope of angles identified with the point of transnational social backing at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU). “We are enchanted to have discovered such very qualified youthful specialists through the choice procedure. We ... Read More »

Intelligent Energy is named most successful company by UK Science Park Association

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Canny Energy – the clean vitality engineering organization established on Loughborough University research – has won the Most Successful Company Award at The United Kingdom Science Park Association 30th Anniversary Summit. Canny Energy got the recompense from science author and moderator Michael Mosley, at the UKSPA Gala Dinner on Thursday 10 July. The UKSPA Award takes after on from Intelligent ... Read More »

Fit for the frontline? New study identifies the hearing requirements of British soldiers

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College of Southampton specialists, with aid from the Ministry of Defense, have led the first study to recognize the listening to prerequisites of British fighters battling on the cutting edge. The study, which gives a vital and novel understanding into the cutting edge encounters of British infantry staff, distinguished 17 ‘sound-related assignments, for example, ‘listening to lattice references’ and ‘spotting ... Read More »

Loughborough academics getting a big laugh out of their research

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Heard the one around 13 Loughborough University scholastics who did stand-up parody focused around their examination – and existed to tell the story? It’s no joke, it really happened, and five progressively will chance the comic’s most exceedingly bad dream – kicking the bucket in front of an audience – at the Organ Grinder pub in Loughborough on the night ... Read More »

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